Posts categorized "Student Government"
Graduation was bitter-sweet for our Class of 2016 – bitter because we will miss you, and sweet because we know you have left an incredible impact on the school and are all off to do incredible things.
As you all spread across the globe, I ask for only four things:Read More
With this new class of Student Government representatives, current 2nd Year Chairs are looking forward to a great year of new ideas and initiatives. Cliff Emmanuel, 2nd Year Clubs and Finance Chair, summarizes this excitement succinctly: “I’ve already been impressed by the energy and enthusiasm of the Class of 2016 and MAM Class of 2015. They’ve jumped right in and embraced everything at SOM, while also showing a desire to make the place their own.Read More
2015 Blue Cohort The cohort experience is fundamental to one’s first year at SOM. After the class is admitted, each of us is carefully placed into one of four “statistically indistinguishable” cohorts – Blue, Silver, Green, or Gold – of about 70 people each. The cohort is primarily an academic construct – we attend every class of the core together in the first year and spend a great deal of time with one another preparing assignments after class hours. But the cohort experience at SOM reaches far beyond the classroom in its ability to shape the larger Yale SOM experience.Read More